You already earn equity and cash back (based on your annual spend) with your membership card when purchasing food, but did you know you can also earn at our pharmacy? Simply transfer your prescriptions by calling or stopping by. You'll start earning money back on the full price of them every time they're filled at our pharmacies. It's just another way that Membership Pays at Co-op.
Need your prescription refilled but can't get to our pharmacy? No Problem. Simply call in your refill and we'll happily deliver it directly to your home - free of charge.
Our pharmacies can customer compound a variety of medications, whether you would prefer liquid preparation or lozenges, gummy bears chews or topical pain creams, our pharmacists will work with you to meet your unique needs.
We offer either individual pouches or blister pack cards to organize your medications. It's convenient, easy, personalized and secure.
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Our Travel Health Pharmacists have received their Certificate in Travel Health™ from the International Society of Travel Medicine (ISTM). We offer a full range of services including:
For more information and a list of our consult fees you can also check out our FAQ page.
Please complete the Pre-Travel Questionnaire at least 48-hours (2 business days) prior to your appointment. This will confirm your appointment and ensure we have all the information necessary for you to experience a happy, healthy and safe journey!'
For inquiries or to book an appointment please email TravelHealth@calgarycoop.com. We will reply within 48 hours. For a last minute booking, please phone the location of your choice.
Visit a Travel Health Clinic today at the following locations:
All Co-op pharmacies will be offering in-store complimentary flu shot immunizations. Shots are available by appointment or on a walk-in basis.
All individuals must live, work or go to school in Alberta, must be nine years of age or older and must show their Alberta Health Care card to be eligible for flu shots.Flu Shot Consent Form Co-op pharmacy can also help with your travel vaccination needs
• Simple and reliable tests.
• Results within 10 minutes will confirm if your symptoms mean strep throat.
• Ask the pharmacist for details to get you on your way to feeling better faster!
Available at four locations: Macleod Trail, Monterey, Hamptons, and High River
One in three Canadians will experience shingles in their lifetime and the risk increases after 50 years old.
Acute pain is the most common symptom and is present in 100% of patients. With vaccination your risk of suffering with severe and long-lasting pain is reduced by 73%.
Pneumococcal pneumonia is estimated to put as many as 302,000 adults over 50 in the hospital each year.
Are you at risk for Shingles?
If you answered yes to the above you are at risk for shingles. Even if you have never had chickenpox you are still eligible to receive the vaccine.
Ask a Co-op Pharmacist about a shingles and a pneumonia vaccination.
Our Certified Diabetes Educators have been trained to provide one-on-one consultations which may include:
If you wish to book an appointment, please email the form below to Referrals@calgarycoop.com or call your local Calgary Co-op Pharmacy. We will reply to your email within 48 hours.Referral form
Do you cough regularly? Find yourself short of breath? Are colds lasting longer than they should? Our lung health experts can help you manage respiratory conditions like Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).
The Calgary Co-op Certified Respiratory Educator will review the following:
Take this quick 30-second asthma test to determine whether your asthma is in control. If you or someone you love answers “yes” to one or more questions speak to one of our Certified Respiratory Educators.
Email the form below to Referrals@calgarycoop.com or call your local Calgary Co-op Pharmacy. We will reply to your email within 48 hours.
Our pharmacies can custom compound a variety of medications to meet your unique needs:
Our trained Tobacco Reduction Pharmacists can help you quit or reduce the number of cigarettes you smoke. We offer one-on-one consultations and will work with you to develop a plan that works.
Research has shown that while the average smoker tries to quit approximately seven times, the most successful quit attempts are usually associated with drug therapy and behavioral counseling.
The Calgary Co-op Tobacco Reduction Program provides:
If you wish to book an appointment, please email the form below to Referrals@calgarycoop.com or call your local Calgary Co-op Pharmacy. We will reply to your email within 48 hours.
How addicted are you? Find out here. Contact our pharmacist for quitting strategies.
We offer either individual pouches or blister pack cards to organize your medications. It’s convenient, easy, personalized and secure.
Our special PACMED® pouches are a convenient way to tear-away only the dose you need for that day and time, rather than carrying a whole container of pills.
Walk in or book an appointment to have the following medications injected the same day it is prescribed.
Our pharmacist can create a personalized care plan just for you. This helps ensure you understand the medications you are taking and helps identify and solve any medication-related problems you might have.
Talk to any of our pharmacists to determine the best time of day to take your medications, check for drug interactions, review side effects and develop a medication history.
Need a prescription refill but can’t get to a pharmacy? No problem. Simply call in your refill to one of our pharmacies and we’ll happily deliver it directly to your home - free of charge.
The licensee is required to provide, on the request of the patient, the name and practice permit of any regulated member who provides a pharmacy service to the patient or who engages in the practice of pharmacy with respect to a patient.
We ensure that only qualified pharmacists practice in our pharmacies. They must be licensed in the province of Alberta, and must maintain their knowledge and skills at the highest level possible.
The Alberta College of Pharmacists governs the pharmacy profession in Alberta to support and protect the public’s health and well-being. They set and enforce a high standard of competence and ethical conduct.
Patients who have concerns about the pharmacy services they receive are encouraged to discuss the problem directly with the pharmacist. Every pharmacy has a pharmacy licensee, responsible for the policies and procedures at the pharmacy, who can also address your concerns. If necessary, you may ask to speak to the licensee.
If you are still concerned, please contact the Alberta College of Pharmacists directly.
To view the pharmacy license by centre, please ﬁnd your Co-op Pharmacy location.
Calgary Co-operative Association Ltd.
110 151 86th Ave SE
Calgary, AB T2H 3A5